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These recent experimental, documentary, and animated films feature questions of postcolonial history and identity, a daughter who wants to flee, a world where the deepest thoughts emerge, strange conditions, a community founded by volcano eruption refugees, and an astronomical record.

This film was shot using continued interval shooting and multiple exposures of the setting sun from the same position and same angle on 16mm film. The shooting period extends to five years. No digital copy-paste was used—the sun that appears was shot on film. This is both a record of the days and a creative act of personal image, neither of which can be determined. It is just like painting a picture.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    10 minutes
  • Country
  • Premiere
    United States Premiere
  • Note
    Yokohama, Japan
  • Filmmaker
    Shinya Isobe